Semi-off-topic - Netiquette ?

Justin R. Miller
Tue Jul 17 16:24:01 2001

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Thus spake Ben Paul Wise (

> Is it better to put your public key on a public key server, or to put
> it on a personal website?
I think it's good to both upload it to a key server and post it to two or more websites or other network-accessible locations. The more places you can get it, the easier it is for people to verify and the tougher for someone to replace with a bad key. You might be able to crack my personal website, but it could be at my company site and on a public keyserver, as well as maybe available in my finger info on some academic account. =20 -Justin --=20 [ ] -- Justin R. Miller - -- [ ] [ ] -- see full headers for PGP key information -- [ ] [ ] -- -- [ ] --TakKZr9L6Hm6aLOc Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE7VEou94d6K8nEDDERAhtKAJ0VzWWtGEnkQXpYo1mNVQUwQLndUQCfVoer /WBc9ONRQz/dfSJPgORwkTk= =7kOn -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --TakKZr9L6Hm6aLOc--